Im also interested
Just to clarify I haven't ordered the sierra6 yet, I don't think they're available yet. It's just going to be a future purchaseA few guys have the system set up on a bow already. Reviews have been good. I ordered a full kit for my new bow + one of the new sierra6 scopes to put on a long range rifle hunting rig. Looks like a great setup.
Yea, Rich don't temp me. LOL...... Not fair!It works as described. I've used it for 4 months and taken two deer with it. I have the Sierra3 series 3.5-10X42 scope and the Kilo 2200. Works like a champ. Great buys can be found on sales and eBay combo deals.
Sig has updated the BDX line with the Sierra6 versions. They are about to be released and their crossbow specific (crossbow, balckpowder, air) scope in that line is a 2.5-8X40.
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Robert, wish I could use a scope for pronghorn. No magnified optics allowed in Colorado for Xbows. However, I like the concept so much I can use it so many other states I plan to hunt. Wyoming and Arizona are on my hit list. Not ruling out Kansas as well and of course Alabama.You need one if you plan on chasing speed goats Tom.
It holds tight rifle groups to 500 yards plus and from my xbow testing and use hunting, it's as accurate as the trigger puller is. 30-40 yard 1" groups should be no problem. You'll also find the Sig glass is very good.I want to be sure how tight the groups are before I commit to buying one...Right now I have my Nitro X set up with a HHA Optimizer Speed Dial shooting Spynal Tapps and one inch groups out to 30 to 35 yds...(for head shooting turkeys) This would be great if the BDX would group like that.. With out turning the dial on the optimizer...Plus my eyes are not like they used to be either seeing that small yardage tape..
Thanks, I have been checking this forum out since fall and I am happy to see the wealth of good accurate information here, especially when it comes to proper zeroing techniques.Welcome to the forum Jeff. I doubt that anyone will flame you here for a 50/60 yard shot.
Sweet av. Great minds think alike on optics!Thanks, I have been checking this forum out since fall and I am happy to see the wealth of good accurate information here, especially when it comes to proper zeroing techniques.